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How changes in ocean circulation can alter the weather worldwide.
Attempts in Burton On Trent to live on the amount of energy used by an Indian family
Is it possible to persuade people in the developed west to consume less?
Free Antiretroviral drugs (ARV's) to people living with HIV in South Africa.
Lack of long term development in the education system for Tanzanian children
What is development? What is a developed country, and how do we measure it?
Who benefits from Afghan aid? A look at international projects from Kabul.
The interactions between people and the large population of rats in East Africa.
The relationship between rats and humans in New York, the 'Ratropolis'
Life in Sri Lanka after the 2005 tsunami.
How Thailand is coping with the aftermath of the tsunami.
Examining the direct link between health and wealth
Experiences of child labourers in Cambodia.
Environmental impact of the global trade in fruit and vegetables
The use of chemicals in warfare, with a focus on Vietnam
A look at the new science and how it can be used.
Exploring the use of herbal remedies and medicines.
The environmental cost of China's rapid economic growth
How climate change is impacting upon birds and other wildlife.
Germany's pledge to reduce it's greenhouse gases by levels set at the Kyoto Protocol talks
What exactly is biofuel and is it the answer to the world's love affair with the car?
Grimsby's decline from being the largest port in the world- the changing fishing industry
Bush fires, sometimes caused by fires lit in dry areas, leads to tensions in Australia
The loss of the grasslands and livelihoods of the herdspeople of Inner Mongolia.
Thar Desert in Rajasthan, water scarcity and the national debate about who owns the water
A look at the population of Owens Valley, who are looking for recompense from Los Angeles
Multinationals and the environmental disasters associated with them.
How have we progressed since the Kyoto Treaty of 1997?
With the growing demand for water, can sea water be turned into drinking water?
Saving endangered species, a look at bushmeat markets in Cameroon